SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (Dakota News Now) – Community advocates and now state legislators are looking to tackle a growing issue nationwide and in South Dakota this upcoming session in Pierre. That’s the growing trend of sex stealthing.
It can already be tough for victims of sexual assault to speak up about their experience, or even report it in the first place. That’s the situation that Georgilee Flynn found herself in.
“This is something that is near and dear to me, because I was a victim of stealthing,“ Flynn said.
“Stealthing” is defined as when during intercourse, one of the partners removes the condom without the knowledge or consent of the other party.